Quiz 5, review
Quiz 5, review MUS 200-0003
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GMUS Quiz 5 Review Classicism II Composers Beethoven Mozart Haydn 1770-1827 1756-1791 Born 1732-1809 Wrote 9 symphonies Wrote over 30 symphonies Father of symphony Piano Known for operas Father of string quartet Wrote one opera Age of 13 wrote everything Wrote over 100 symphonies “There is only one Beethoven” Child protégée Wrote 12 London symphonies for trips Had an attitude Free lance musician to England Free lance musician Son of a court musician Composer in Vienna Father was a musician Family were all musicians Free lance musician First composer to make a living Wrote Don Giovanni Son of a wheel fixer Wrote music for public concerts solely through composing Wrote music for public concerts Went deaf Didn’t have a good salary Wanted to be people who were his Made a good living selling Lived like a prince “buddy musicians:” and work with compositions and dedicating music Overspent his money princes. Etc. Internationally known Traveled a lot Internationally known Well off $$ Well off $$ Exposed to many music styles Had an orchestra Didn’t travel a lot Passed over by joseph the Physiological progression in his second, composed dances for the Prince was satisfied with his works movements court balls Developed genre of string quartet “It is good to move amount the Always needed a guiding hand Played with Mozart in string quartet aristocracy, but it is first necessary Never learned to rule himself Worked nearly 30 years under the to make them respect you” aristocratic patronage of a novel “Guest of honor” Played with Haydn in string Hungarian family quartet Was not happy under the aristocratic patronage system during the 1770s Listening’s Beethoven’s symphony number 5 -Sonata form -Violins, clarinets - Exposition -Second theme: more lyrical melody that repeats Mozart’s symphony number 40— -dun dun dun dun DUHH (high) - Genre: symphony -Composer: Mozart -Form: Sonata -Exposition -Themes: Bridge and second theme -Movement: 1st -Violin - Lyrical/ balletic music -“It’s a bird its plane it’s a Mozart”, sounds like a horse trotting Haydn’s trumpet concerto the finale, movement 3 -Sonata form -Trumpet Emperor quartet , 2ndmovement -Haydn -Slow and hear many instruments at once -Written for string quartet -Lyrical and expressive -Form: Theme and variations Beethoven’s piano sonata, movement 1 -Piano -Very quiet & slow -Picks up at end and gets louder and faster -Coda Mozart Don Giovanni -Opera - Recti Sung Dialogue -Basso Continuum Sonata Concerto Form Mood Tempo 1 Sonata-allegro -Dramatic Fast -Serious -Substantive -Epic dramatic Ternary, theme and Lyrical Slow 2 variations or rondo A TYPICAL CONCERTO DOES NOT INCLUDE A MINUET MOVEMENT, THUS THE THIRD MOVEMNT IS THE FINALE. DOESN’T INCLUDE THE THIRD MOVEMENT 3 Ternary form Usually light and Moderate or lively (minuet and trio) elegant, sometimes spirited; dance like -Triple meter -Minuet (18 th century) th -Scherzo (19 century) 4 Sonata-allegro, Bright, Fast theme and lighthearted, variations, rondo sometimes humorous, lively, happy, epic dramatic with triumph ending Sonata Form: Form Mood Tempo 1 Sonata-Allegro Serious and Fast substantive 2 Ternary, theme, Lyrical Slow -Emperor quartet/strand variations or quartet (movement) rondo theme and variation 3 Ternary form Usually light and Moderate and lively (minuet and trio), elegant, sometimes ABA, triple form spirited dancelike. movement. 4 Sonata-allegro, Bright, Fast theme and lighthearted, variations, rondo sometimes humorous Classical Genres 1) Symphony- -4 movements for an orchestra- Beethoven symphony No.5 Mozart’s symphony No. 4 2) Concerto- -3-movement work, solo and an orchestra 3) Opera- -Drama set to music, singers, orchestra, scenery Don Giovanni Mozart Key words for Opera Aria-full song, meter, lyrical, expressive Recit- spoken dialogue 4) String quartet- -2 Violin, Viola, and Cello 5) Sonata form- -An organizational structure based on contrasting musical ideas. It consists of three main sections - exposition, development, and recapitulation
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